The Staff Development team at CILT engages in research-led practice, focusing on the professionalization of teaching at UCT through:
- knowledge development in the field of teaching and learning,
- capacity building among staff,
- supporting communication and networking across the institution,
- and the location and development of resources for teaching.
Staff development activities range from formal, accredited qualifications to informal learning opportunities.
The Learning Technologies team develops and supports campus-wide educational technology applications, and assists Faculties to develop digital literacy skills. Educational support involves understanding the teaching and learning requirements of staff and students on an on-going basis.
What services do IAPO and UCT offer to international undergraduate students?
The International Academic Programmes Office (IAPO) seeks to be the first port of call for all international students. To this extent we seek to complement the services provided by other faculties and departments and have strong relations with service providers within and outside UCT.
The following are some of the key services offered to international undergraduate students:
Main Office: International Academic Programmes Office, Level 3 Masingene Building, Cross Campus Road, UCT Middle Campus, Rondebosch 7700, South Africa
IAPO Mobility Centre: International Academic Programmes Office Mobility Centre, Ivan Toms Building, Matopo Road, Mowbray, 7700
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